Kris flying to Singapore for treatment, lets legal team do all actions against who ‘deceived’ her

By: - Reporter
/ 09:12 AM September 29, 2018

Image: Instagram/@krisaquino

Kris Aquino is flying to Singapore today with her sons for medical treatment, a press statement said, adding she will let her legal team do the necessary actions to win a case against the men who allegedly deceived her.

This comes after the Queen of All Media shared she was now “broken”—all because she was targeted by someone “without conscience.” Aquino also feared losing trust fund savings for her sons.


READ: Kris Aquino ‘targeted, deceived’ by ‘someone without conscience’; fears losing trust fund savings for sons

Aquino will fly to the country for “more comprehensive” medical tests that are currently not available in the Philippines, according to the statement by lawyer Sigfrid Fortun posted on her Instagram account.


It also read the media personality gave her lawyers instructions to safeguard all savings and investments she made for her sons’ well being.

She also revealed that those who deceived her are a man and his son whom she had never met. Their intention to allegedly alter facts “by deceitfully & maliciously attacking my family’s honor & credibility” led her to “strengthen my resolve to use all legal means for TRUTH TO WIN. ”

Aquino believes her two law firms, Fortun Narvasa and Divina Law,  will uphold her belief that “justice is a right for every law abiding Filipin0.” She also made it clear that she chose the two as it had no ties to the previous administration.

“I shall courageously give my ALL for Kuya Josh & Bimb to be assured that the only parent present in their lives, can & will continue to love, care, and provide for them for many healthier & happier years to come,” her post read.  /ra


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